Saturday, February 11, 2012

Ann Coulter at CPAC

You might not like her, you might not agree with her, but she'd worth listening to. Because anyway you slice it, she speaks for a large chunk of conservatives in the country.

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Cheers, all.


  1. I do like Ann, her last book (of which I have only read small slices) was evidently very insightful and thoroughly researched. She is slightly better written than heard, I think she heightens the vitriol with excellent editing.

    But her support for Romney seems to me a bit of a non sequiter. His policies have not been conservative, they have been "progressive".

    She mentioned Santorum but once that I saw - and I don't know the date of this video - but what of these last three primaries?

    Maybe I am more conservative than Ann, but the MOST conservative Republican in this race is Ron Paul. So, to not be disingenuous, if she wants to tout Mitt, she needs to fly some other flag than pure conservative thought.

  2. Thanks for the thoughts, Roy. My own opinion is that the current crop are all flawed--Paul included--and none have much of a chance to win.

    But...of the group, Romney has the best chance, because he has the best campaign apparatus, plain and simple. If repealing Obamacare is critical, it has to happen now, not in five years. And Romney will sign that bill--no matter how much of a hypocrite that makes him--if it's passed by Congress and he's in the Oval Office.

    I think this is where Coulter is coming from, as well.